Do Ants Hibernate?

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According to entomologists, ants hibernate when it's extremely cold, during winter. The reason for this is because it's extremely cold and they have to store energy for the preceding favourable spring months. Naturally, they are most active in the spring and autumn, when they can be seen all over the place.
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First off, only those ants who live in colder climates hibernate. If it's warm enough and food enough they'll stay awake year round. But those ants who do hibernate simply go into
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No one knows whether ants "sleep" in the way we do. They do rest but there's no evidence that
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Las hormigas bravas en realidad no hibernan, pero se ven menos activas cuando el tiempo es frío porque se mueven a lugares más profundos en la tierra.
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Most ants are colonial, so they live in complex social groups with different castes (division of labour) When winter comes around most northern ant species will remain underground
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